Responding to the Call : Changes in Graduate Management Curriculum's Attention to Social and Environmental Issues

TitleResponding to the Call : Changes in Graduate Management Curriculum's Attention to Social and Environmental Issues
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsWeber, J, Green, S, Gladstone, J
JournalTeaching Ethics
Volume13
Issue2
Pagination137-157
Date PublishedSpring 2013
ISSN Number2154-0551
Keywordsbusiness , ENVIRONMENTAL , ENVIRONMENTAL ethics , Evaluation of Instructional Methods , PEDAGOGICAL , SOCIAL , SOCIAL responsibility
AbstractAfter the corporate scandals that rocked the business community at the start of the new millennium, business school in the United States began making curriculum changes to better incorporate the study of ethics,business and society relations, and corporate social responsibility into graduate business school programs. This paper looks at the history of these curriculum changes and gives an assessment of the current state of graduate management education in regards to ethics, and social and environmental responsibility education.
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